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The 2024 hot list: the 5 best new hotels in Spain

The list of all-new 2024 hotels in Spain

Do you want to know where to book a stay in Spain, right now? Hotel aficionados want to know what’s new, what’s popular and where to go – and with a slew of highly anticipated debuts, there are more hotels to explore than ever before. We maintain a current list of all new hotels along the Mediterranean that are set to open in 2024, conveniently divided down month by month so you can see exactly when they opened. Here is the complete guide to Spain’s newest, best and buzziest hotels, inns and guesthouses.

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June

Zel Costa Brava Tossa de Mar Catalonia Spain hotel review
Zel Costa Brava Tossa de Mar Catalonia Spain hotel review

1/6

Zel Costa Brava

Located in east Spain, Zel Costa Brava emerges as a jewel on the shores of Tossa de Mar, embodying Meliá Hotels International and Rafael Nadal’s ‘Mediterranean House’ ethos. This retreat boasts 214 refurbished guestrooms amidst 35 hectares of nature. Its architecture celebrates outdoor living with biophilic design and an inviting patio at its heart. Guests can indulge in unique dining experiences, enjoy a specialty coffee corner and explore a concept store. The hotel enhances relaxation with lounges, modern self-check-in and rejuvenated leisure, sports and wellness facilities, offering a vivid snapshot of luxury in Catalonia’s serene landscape.

Zel Costa Brava
Carretera, km 4
Tossa de Mar
Spain

Photography courtesy of Zel

May

Dunas de Formentera Arenals Balearic Islands Spain hotel review

15/5

Dunas de Formentera

Set on the serene Mijorn beach, Dunas de Formentera is a unique retreat, blending effortlessly into the landscape with 44 rooms and suites, some nestled within private bungalows. Antonio Obrador, a Palma-based studio renowned for its elegant designs across the Marugal hotels, brings the essence of Formentera inside with a palette inspired by the beach’s natural hues, complemented by terracotta, stucco, wood and ceramic lattices. The hotel promises a barefoot luxury experience, featuring an all-day restaurant showcasing local flavours and a striking infinity pool that merges with the horizon. Obrador’s vision encapsulates a haven where shoes are forgotten, and relaxation is paramount.

Dunas de Formentera
Carretera de la mola Km 11
Arenals
Formentera
Balearic Islands
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Dunas de Formentera

April

Mondrian Ibiza Cala Llonga Balearic Islands Spain hotel review

28/4

Mondrian Ibiza

Mondrian Ibiza, poised for its grand debut in the Balearic Islands in Spain, heralds a new era of luxury amidst the pine-clad hills of Cala Llonga. This 154-room marvel, envisioned by Beades Architects and Cuarto Interior, integrates seamlessly with the island’s lush landscape. The entrance greets guests with vast glass panes, offering immediate communion with nature, while its interiors boast a collection of art from the London-based collective Gone Rogue, including pieces like ‘Ash’ by Corine van Voorbergen and ‘Kissing of the Sun and the Moon’ by Lauren Baker. Guestrooms are a tranquil reflection of the environment, with decor featuring materials such as wood, leather, linen, stone and cement. The pinnacle of luxury, the Mondrian Grand Suite, spans 62 square metres with an expansive 80 square metre terrace, offering private day beds, a cabana, and an outdoor dining area.

Mondrian Ibiza
Calle Atalaya, 20
Cala Llonga
Balearic Islands
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Mondrian Ibiza

Ocean Drive Seville Andalusia hotel stay review
Ocean Drive Seville Andalusia hotel stay review

1/4

Ocean Drive Sevilla

With a selection of rooms overlooking the magnificent wooden structure Setas de Sevilla, Ocean Drive Sevilla is located in the heart of Seville’s historic Encarnación district. This 49-room boutique hotel melds Andalusian charm with Mediterranean elegance. Its design pays homage to Seville’s Mudejar heritage, blended with contemporary sophistication. Each room, be it Superior, Deluxe or Suite, boasts private balconies or expansive terraces. The hotel’s vibrant heart is its open-plan bar lobby, leading to a restaurant that celebrates local flavours with a coastal twist.

Ocean Drive Sevilla
Pl. de la Encarnación, 19
Seville
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Ocean Drive Sevilla

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Four Seasons Resort Mallorca

Ocean Drive Sevilla
Pl. de la Encarnación, 19
Seville
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Ocean Drive Sevilla

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Son Sabater

Ocean Drive Sevilla
Pl. de la Encarnación, 19
Seville
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Ocean Drive Sevilla

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Hotel Ca Sa Pagesa

Ocean Drive Sevilla
Pl. de la Encarnación, 19
Seville
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Ocean Drive Sevilla

1/3

Juz de Yartan Arthotel

Ocean Drive Sevilla
Pl. de la Encarnación, 19
Seville
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Ocean Drive Sevilla

29/2

Valldemossa Hotel

From the makers of much-loved Mallorca hotels Can Cera, Calatrava, Can Alomar, Sant Jaume and Can Aulí comes the Valldemossa Hotel, set in a renovated 19th-century manor within the UNESCO-listed Sierra de Tramuntana. This boutique retreat offers 12 unique villas with private verandas, blending rustic charm with contemporary comforts and earthy tones. The dining experience, orchestrated by Chef German de Bernardi, showcases a fusion of Japanese, Peruvian and Mediterranean cuisines, utilising local produce. Exclusive spa treatments and a commitment to sustainability complement the serene environment, making the Valldemossa Hotel a sanctuary for those seeking tranquillity, culinary excellence and a deep connection with Mallorca’s natural beauty and cultural heritage.

Valldemossa Hotel
Carretera Vieja de Valldemossa S/N
Valldemossa
Spain

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Photography courtesy of Valldemossa Hotel

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